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politico
American English: /pəˈlɪdɪkoʊ/
British English: /pəˈlɪtɪkəʊ/

Translation of politico in Spanish:

noun plural -cos or -coes

  • Example sentences
    • Ever wish you could put the entire gaggle of right-wing pundits and politicos on a ship and send them packing to a distant land?
    • Maybe the politicos in the White House should have thought of that before they switched off their brains and switched on the slime machine back in July.
    • The pro-US political consensus here that's so prevalent it's almost invisible - it's just the default for career minded politicos.

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